Lottery ticket When it comes to the lottery, your odds of winning the jackpot are slim.

Food delivery Some days, we all just want to open up our Grubhub or Uber Eats apps and order a pizza for dinner

New phone If your phone is functioning perfectly fine, you probably don’t need to splurge on a new iPhone or Android each time one comes to market.

Premium ga Unless your car manual specifically says premium gas is required, you can get away without it.

Bottled water It comes as no surprise that cutting out bottled water can save you money, maybe even hundreds of dollars per year.

Dryer sheet You may think you need dryer sheets to remove static from clothes and keep them fresh, but you can actually buy a set of wool dryer balls from Amazon for about $13 that do the same job — and they’re reusable.

Cleaning rag Having rags on hand can save money you otherwise would spend on disposable paper towels.

Name-brand over-the-counter medicine The secret big drug companies don’t want you to know is that many store brands are basically the same medicine as you get with the name brand.

Cardboard boxe It may seem like a bargain to buy a bunch of boxes in bulk if you’re moving or simply need to pack a bunch of things away.

Sandwich/lunch bag Buying Ziploc bags or brown bags to carry your lunch to work every day can really add up.

Disposable hand towel Disposable hand towels are a big waste — both of paper and money